The share of traffic and revenue coming from international premium passengers held steady in the first quarter compared to year-earlier figures despite apparent sluggishness in the key North Atlantic and Europe-Asia markets, IATA said. Premium-class passengers accounted for 5.5% of total international origin-destination traffic for the first three months of the year, matching 2017’s first quarter. Premium passengers generated 30.6% of international revenue during the quarter, down ...


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